In addition to the godparents and their spouses, Prince Louis' maternal and paternal grandparents attended the christening, along with his aunts and uncles- Prince Harry and Meghan, James and Pippa Matthews, and James Middleton. The frock featured ruffle detail and a boatneck neckline, which has become Markle's signature royal style.
The style was very similar to the one she wore in Ireland, featuring draping detail in the front and a wide neckline.
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While earlier in the morning Meghan swept her hair into her trademark up-do, she opted to alter her hairstyle as the day went on, instead wearing it down and styling it into loose waves.
Others were quick to notice the resemblance of Pippa's dress to the "matronly" Alexander McQueen dress Duchess Kate sported at her younger sister's nuptials back in May. Her husband, meanwhile, opted for a semi-casual look in a white shirt, an unbuttoned gray jacket and matching trousers.
Meghan holds the boy's little hand.
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The trip to Ireland is the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first trip overseas as a married couple.
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Ireland's "First Pets", Bernese Mountain Dogs Síoda and Bród, gave the Duchess of Sussex a friendly sniff as the group posed for photographers and journalists outside the Georgian mansion.